This award was established in memory of Terri Lynn Steel, a USU Fisheries and Wildlife graduate student from 1986 to 1988. Terri was completing her master's thesis on habitat relationships of bighorm sheep at Capitol Reef National Park when she suffered a rupture of a cerebral aneurysm.
Graduate student recipients of the Terri Lynn Steel Scholarship
should be majoring in the Department of Watershed Science or in Wildland
Resources in the S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources.
The award is based on:
- Evidence of hard work, superior dedication and persistence in graduate studies
- Evidence of dedication to the field of wildlife and fisheries,
- Evidence of involvement in professional activities (e.g., professional societies, student organizations),
- Demonstrated love of books (e.g., a personal library)
Award amount: up to $400
Graduation Affairs Committee selects a recipient based on the nomination received by faculty members.
2011 Ryan O'Donnell
2010 Ryan Choi
2009 Christy Meredith
2008 Amanda Murray
2007 Amy Macarelli
2006 Leslie Argo
2005 Robert Al-Chokhachy
2004 Stephen Bennett
2003 Jeff Ostermiller
2002 Peter McHugh
2001 Ann Kitchen
2000 Kirsten Gallo
1999 Joshua Lawler